She Buys New Plants, But It's The Way She Sets Them Up At Home That's Incredibly Unique
Christina Caldwell 6/1/2016
The summer heat can take a toll on your outdoor herb garden, so instead, bring the garden inside! These clever indoor gardening hacks will make it simple.
meetmina.com Mason Jar Mini Garden
If you just want to grow a couple kinds of herbs, mason jars are perfect. Keep them on the kitchen window sill and watch them grow!
For a quick solution to grow herbs, fish that tuna can out of the garbage, remove the label, drill a hole in the bottom and add your herbs and soil.
Tea Tin Garden
Avid tea drinkers know how quickly those empty tin can pile up. Instead of throwing them in the trash, use them as a cute herb container that's a perfect fit for the kitchen.
Miero Designs will show you how!
mireiodesigns.com Tiered Stand Garden
Is your cake stand taking up space in storage? Put it to good use with tiny terracotta herb planters like blogger
Urban Comfort. The look is utilitarian on top of being super cute.
urbancomfort.typepad.com Hydroponic Herbs
Let there be light! On your garden, that is. If your herbs have trouble getting light, a hydroponic lamp might be the solution.
Instagram/selfsufficientliving Wine Rack Planter
A wall-mounted wine rack can hold more than just wine, as
Curbly discovered! Find the right-sized glasses, add to the wine rack and start gardening like a pro.
curbly.com Stack Some Boxes
Wooden crates are the perfect home for indoor plants, as blogger
Decoratualma found out. Stack 'em up with succulents, herbs, flowers and more.
decoratualma.com Tabletop Greenhouse
Use a glass case to create your own tiny indoor greenhouse, ideal for delicate flowers and herbs.
Instagram/abiibabyy Hang 'Em Up
String up your pots for a bit of delicious decor. When you're ready to add herbs to your cooking, just grab the step stool.
designsponge.com Muggin' Garden
Mugs tend to pile up over the years. If you have a batch heading to the thrift store, stop and think about the possibilities! These tiny mugs make the ideal pretty planters.
howtoinstructions.org Tend Your Teapot
Head to the thrift store (or even your own cabinet!) for old tea pots, which can be used as super fun retro planters, as blogger
Funky Junk Interiors shows. Best of all? They'll fit right into your kitchen decor.
funkyjunkinteriors.net Bar Cart Plant Station
Bar carts are so hot right now, and you can use them for just about anything, including storing your indoor plants. Plus, you can move the cart into and away from the sun as needed.
SF Girl By Bay will show you how to keep your plants in tip top shape.
Don't throw that soda can out! This quick gardening upcycle will turn trash to treasure.
VIDEO Stay Indoors
With all of the gardening possibilities for indoors, there's no need to slave away over a garden bed outside. Stay cool, comfortable and well-fed with these tips.